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Lack of MAO A/B Enzyme Leads to High Level of Fear, University of Southern California Study


7/16/2013 8:19:48 AM

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A little bit of learned fear is a good thing, keeping us from making risky, stupid decisions or falling over and over again into the same trap. But new research from neuroscientists and molecular biologists at USC shows that a missing brain protein may be the culprit in cases of severe over-worry, where the fear perseveres even when there's nothing of which to be afraid.

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